Asunim and SolarLog™ strengthen cooperation in Turkey

21.09.2017
20 MW pv project in Akhisar/Turkey
20 MW pv project in Akhisar/Turkey

The project developer, EPC and O&M company Asunim Turkey has selected SolarLog™ to monitor two solar PV plants currently under construction in Akhisar and Kula. Asunim Turkey and Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS) have been cooperating now for several years and SolarLog™ monitoring is already deployed for a number of Asunim’s PV projects.

For this 42 MWp project deal with SDS, Asunim Turkey has secured Solar-Log™ dataloggers, weather sensors, online analysis, the management software Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ XL, and the SolarLog™ WEB-4U service. The SolarLog™ team will personally monitor these PV plants daily through the SolarLog™ WEB 4Upackage.

“We looked for a very reliable system that would allow us to access production data of all our PV plants. At Asunim, we want to give an ideal and efficient after sales service. Our O&M department makes sure that our customers get top performance ratios and the fastest possible reaction times for production deviations. Out of several systems we know, SolarLog™ met all our requirements”, said Andreas Schuenhoff, the Group’s Director of Asunim.

For SDS, manufacturer of the Energy Management System SolarLog™, this means another successful step to monitor and manage even more PV plants in Turkey. As of today, SolarLog is monitoring an installed volume of 400MWp in Turkey.

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